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24mm focal length; maximum aperture f/3.5 Angle of view: 83.5 degrees on full frame and 59.9 degrees on APS-C Construction: 16 elements in 11 groups with 2 aspherical lenses Maximum tilt amount of ±8.5°c Maximum shift amount of ±12mm; 90° right and left mount rotation with click stops for each 30° step; Manual focus Constructed for full frame cameras but can also work on APS-C; Takes 82mm Filter SizeExtra Description
Style: Sony Alpha Samyangs long awaited 24mm f3.5 Tilt/Shift lens is finally here! Now you can easily photograph your favorite architectural landmarksc or really tall friendsc with precision and without the vertical perspective you would get with normal lenses. This manual focus lens features a 24mm fixed focal length with an aperture range of f/3.5-22. This lens is suitable primarily for full-frame cameras but will work just as well with an APS-C crop sensor. The lens is expertly constructed using 16 optical elements in 11 groups with 2 aspherical lenses. Thanks to Samyangc it is now affordable to all users. Order yours up today! Available in Canonc Nikon and Sony Alpha mounts.
First of allc this lens is completely manual. The aperture controls of this lens are on the lens and are not accessible on the camera. There is no metal ring for the camera to control the aperture of this lens. I knew this before I purchased this lens so I was fine with this. If you have a camera that does not meter through the lens you will not have metering (like crop sensors D5300 etc). When you make the aperture smaller from the aperture ring of the lens the view through the camera gets darker. Soc at this point you will have to take a few pictures to make sure you are in proper metering. No big deal with a digital camera. The lens is big and sort of square. I have a D600 and I can get to everything on the lens though it does get a little tight. There is a lot of cool stuff you can do with this lens. Just search tilt shift on youtube for examples. Compared with the $2000 price of the Nikon tilt-shift this is a very good option. If you have the money this is a good lens to purchase. br brThe only problem is the lens cap. It always seems to come off when I open my bag. The springs are not that tight compared with the Nikon caps. The Nikon 82mm Caps are $25 so plan on that.